Job Posting – Senior Financial Analyst
StrategicHealthSolutions, a fast-growing company working with the Federal government to improve the quality, efficiency, and value of healthcare, is looking for a Senior Financial Analyst in the Omaha area. More information is available here!
April 10 1/2 Day Continuing Education Training Seminar
Topics Include: Computer Intrusion Trends/Crimes – FBI Supervisory Sepcial Agent Justin Kolenbrander;
Leadership Strategies – SilverStone Group Senior Consultant Associate Vicki Kennel
Auditing and Accounting Update – OPPD Manager Financial Accounting and Reporting Joni Davis
RSVP online in the events page or to Russ Freitag at firstname.lastname@example.org
UNO Mammel Hall Room 320 A/B
cost before April 8: members 65.00 non members 75.00
after April 8: all $80.00
4 hours of CPE applied for
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March 20 AGA meeting
Please join us on Thursday March 20 at Omaha/Douglas Public Building Commission’s Office to hear Dennis Snook, Manager of Emergency Preparedness and Business Continuity, at OPPD speak on the importance of “Contingency Planning” The conference room is located in the Civic Center at 1819 Farnam Street Suite 1210 cost for the lunch is $15.00 time is 11:30-1:00RSVP to Russ Freitag email@example.com
February AGA Meeting
February Monthly Meeting
Lui – Topic – GASB Update
Date: February 20,
Place: OPPD Energy Plaza, 444 S. 16th St Mall (Conference Room)
Time: 11:30 am to 1:00 pm
Cost: $15.00 all
Pay online at www.omahaaga.org or RSVP by 4:00pm Friday,
February 14 to Russ Freitag at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Omaha AGA Now On Facebook
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Omaha Chapter to receives yet Another Platinum Award at National PDC
For the fourth year in a row the Omaha Chapter has received a Platinum Award for its outstanding chapter year. Sara Ransford and Sharon Medina should be congratulated for leading a fantastic chapter year 2011/2012. Platinum awards are given to chapters that have met the top level of points in all areas of the chapter recognition program. Jude Lui and Sharon will travel to San Diego to the National PDC to receive the recognition. Thanks to the board that helped develop this successful chapter year! Way to go team!
AGA’s Citizen – Centric Reporting Initiative
In 2008, AGA surveyed the public on the effectiveness of government fiscal reporting. Eighty-nine percent said that, as taxpayers, they are entitled to transparent financial management information, and 57 percent said that government has an obligation to provide it. They further indicated that government is failing to meet its financial management reporting needs, and that poor performance has created a problem of trust between residents and their governments. The survey showed that governments need new innovative means of communication to overcome those challenges.
AGA’s citizen-centric reports are designed to help remedy this. The program is an easily adoptable reporting option for all governments, including guidelines for content, a design template and completed reports.
The AGA Citizen-Centric Government Reporting Initiative is steadily expanding. The U.S. Departments of the Interior and Defense as well as the U.S. Coast Guard have produced reports at the federal level. The states of Oregon, Nevada, South Carolina, Tennessee and Washington as well as cities and counties such as Saco, ME, Tallahassee, FL, Portland, OR, and Blount County, TN, have produced Citizen-Centric Reports to the benefit of their citizens. Many others are in the works.
We encourage you to take the initiative to work with your government employer or with the city, town or state where you live and persuade them to produce a similar report. AGA is ready and waiting to help with free consulting advice, a template and other tools to help you accomplish this goal. Please visitwww.agacgfm.org/citizen/construct.aspx or call Susan Fritzlen at 800.AGA.7211 for more details.
October 2nd, 2012 in Home Page | No Comments
Performance – Based Management
Public officials can speed up and enhance government reforms and transparency through performance-based management (PBM) right now with modest changes to existing information systems. PBM integrates existing financial, operations and other data into eye-opening and actionable facts for enlightened decisions. It is able to consistently track cost and performance over time and improve predictive ability. PBM is flexible, so that different entities can tailor it to their needs and still give top leaders consistent, cross-government views of performance and the cost of creating societal value. Read the report.
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2009 CFO Survey: Recovery and the Transparency Imperative
In spring 2009, nearly 500 government financial executives and managers from the United States and Canada participated in the 15th annual chief financial officer (CFO) survey sponsored by the Association of Government Accountants (AGA) and AGA Professional Corporate Partner Grant Thornton. Key topics for 2009 include economic recovery, transparency, what new CFOs need to know and annual financial statements. Read the report.
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Administration Seeks Your Recovery.gov Tips
The Obama administration launches a seven-day, “high tech roundtable” on Monday, seeking suggestions on how to build Recovery.gov, the online hub for information related to the distribution of economic stimulus funds. The Recovery Accountability and Transparency Board (RAT), in partnership with the National Academy of Public Administration (NAPA), will host the exchange of ideas starting Monday, in hopes of collecting ideas on how to operate the site from state and local officials, contractors, IT experts and potential recipients of stimulus funds. Site visitors will be able to post ideas, comment on others and rank the best ones, in hopes that the best ideas rise to the top, said Danielle Germain, project director with NAPA, a Congressionally-chartered nonpartisan organization focused on government management. –Ed O’Keefe, The Washington Post. Read more.
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